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Submitted by derkasan 770d ago | news

Hotline Miami publisher inviting developers to pitch unique games on GDC bus

If you’re a developer, you should have a good elevator pitch for your project. A quick spiel that gets across the appeal of your game in the time it takes to ride a lift up a few floors. But if you’re a small indie studio headed to the upcoming Game Developers Conference, then you should work on your shuttle-bus pitch. (GDC 2013, Hotline Miami, Industry)

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